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Legal Briefing: Subscriber Loses Insurance Coverage After Fire for No Fire Alarm

Legal Briefing: Subscriber Loses Insurance Coverage After Fire for No Fire Alarm

Many, if not most, jurisdictions have laws requiring fire alarm and monitoring for commercial buildings and subscribers must comply.
Intrusion Detection: A Complete Guide

Intrusion Detection: A Complete Guide

We explore intrusion detection as a means of guarding against potentially malicious intruders and avoiding suspicious cyber activity.
Digital mapping becomes crucial part of school security programs

Digital mapping becomes crucial part of school security programs

When first responders arrive at the scene of a critical incident such as a mass shooting, one of the most important tools for an effective response is the availability of accurate, detailed floor maps of the buildings where the offenders and victims might be located.
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6.17.24 – NESA National Monitor

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Tech Trends: How Middleware Makes Impossible a Reality

Tech Trends: How Middleware Makes Impossible a Reality

Thanks to seamless integrations with enterprise software platforms, integrators can solve once unachievable use-cases
How to Protect Your Data at the Source

How to Protect Your Data at the Source

Securing traditional on-prem deployments and transitioning to hybrid cloud environments must be strategic
Access Control on Campus

Access Control on Campus

How a layered system can pave the way to a unified approach to K-12 school security
The Smart Money: Who Is the New Smart Home User?

The Smart Money: Who Is the New Smart Home User?

Consumers new to the smart home market are far closer to the mainstream consumer than to the early smart home adopter, who is often a product champion.
How to Be a Trusted Advisor on Workplace Violence

How to Be a Trusted Advisor on Workplace Violence

Five ways integrators can help customers navigate technology, risk mitigation, planning, and funding opportunities

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